Wheels of Thrill

Trackday Spa-Francorchamps 2022






From 17 to 18 October 2022 Wheels of Thrill will run a trackday on the world-famous Spa-Francorchamps Formula 1 race track! This unique track in the Ardennes is a personal favourite of many Formula 1 drivers due to the height differences, combination of both gentle and sharp corners, the beautiful nature, and of course the notorious 'Eau Rouge / Raidillon' curve combination. Although the trackday itself will take place on Tuesday 18th of October, we will already gather at the nearby Romantik Hotel Le Val d'Amblève in the late afternoon of Monday 17th of October. Here we will welcome you with bubbles and various delicious snacks where you will meet your fellow participants. Afterwards we will enjoy a tasteful group dinner with accompanying wines. Although there is always time for a few drinks at the bar, it will soon be time to get well rested for the trackday the next morning. After breakfast, we will head to the track track together which is reached in just 5 minutes from the hotel. Once arrived, we will participate in a fully organised trackday by RSR Spa with no less than 7 hours of open pitlane. Following the trackday, there will be a closing drink with Piper-Heidsick champagne on site to discuss all your beautiful and exciting moments of the day.


More information about the participation costs and an overview of the registered participants can be found below. In case you still have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
As the name already indicates, the is a trackday event and not a 'race day' or 'test day'. This means there will be a strict driving code: patience, respect, defensive driving, no competition, no lap times, and no bumper-to-bumper or mirror-to-mirror action. The idea is that everyone can enjoy a day of sporty track driving in a safe and responsible way. Please note that we allow a maximum of 10 teams only and that only exclusive sports cars can participate. The decision of Wheels of Thrill is binding! Available slots will be assigned based on the 'first come, first serve' principle, although former participants get priority.